Other sights in Córdoba
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The Museo de Antropología has a modest but interesting collection of artifacts that aren’t especially well cared for. You’ll find a fine Aztec ball-court marker, some Olmec figurines and a replica of the magnificent statue of El Señor de Las Limas that resides in Xalapa’s Museo de Antropología. On the 2nd floor there’s a lovely overlook to the mountains.
Parque Ecológico Paso Coyol is a jewel in the urban rough. The neighborhood joined with the government to turn what was once a 4-hectare abandoned lot overrun by ‘delinquents’ into a park. Now this eco-conscious park is patronized by cordobeses, who run and walk trails that snake around gardens corralled by old tires and plastic bottles. Your meager entrance fee pays for both campesinos and biologists alike to maintain the place. Follow Calle 3 south from the Plaza de Armas for 1.5km. The street changes names, weaves through a suburb and bottoms out at the park.